[Global Financial Crisis and Economic Policy Over G20 Financial Summit]
This paper focuses on the economic foreign policies explored by major organizations and countries at G20 Financial Summit held in London on April 2, 2009. This is the 2nd summit after the first meeting in November 2008. The presence of G20 over G8 has strengthened increasingly as a major top-level gathering group to discuss global economic agenda. This paper examines major proposed reforms or policies aimed at conquering the gloabl financial crisis, as well as actual ones that had alreaady been implemented since then. It covers IMF reforms, European situtations (including Emerging Europe), China's moves, as well as Japan's policy responses.
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- Shirai, Sayuri, 2009. "Evaluating the Present State of Japan as An International Financial Center," MPRA Paper 14720, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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